Magpul MOE Carbine Stock (Mil-Spec) - Mag400
Weight: 8.0 oz.
Weight, w/receiver extension: 12.0 oz.
Length, max: 6.90 in.
LOP Adjustment Range: 3.3 in.
LOP, M4 Collapsed: ~10.7 in.
LOP, M4 Extended: ~14.0 in.
Made in U.S.A.
* Specifications based on standard-length (flat-back) M4 Carbine receiver extension and may vary depending on tube manufacturer.
The MOE Stock – Mil-Spec Model (Magpul Original Equipment) is a drop-in replacement buttstock for AR15/M16 carbines using mil-spec sized receiver extension tubes. Designed for light, fast action the streamlined A-frame profile avoids snagging and shields the release latch to prevent accidental activation.
The Mil-Spec Model includes a standard 0.30" thick rubber butt-pad which provides positive shoulder purchase to prevent slippage even with body armor or modular gear.
Mounts on mil-spec sized carbine receiver extension tube (not included) from manufacturers such as Colt, LMT, Ruger, S&W, SIG, and others (please see the note below)
Sloping cheek weld combines a slim profile with user comfort
Shielded release latch prevents snagging and accidental operation
Premium chrome-silicon lock spring provides positive locking and long service life
Side mounting slots accept optional cheek risers for NON AR15/M4 applications
Removable 0.30" Rubber Butt-Pad offers an anti-slip surface and increases impact protection
Compatible with Magpul ASAP®, ASAP® QD, and other receiver-mount sling attachments
Rear/Bottom - 1.25" sling loops
Toe - Lanyard hole for custom para-cord rigs
NOTE: There are two basic sizes of M4 Carbine receiver extensions (buffer tubes): mil-spec and commercial-spec. If you have a commercial-spec size extension on your rifle, make sure to order the Commercial-Spec MOE.
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